Steven Spielberg Bringing ‘Minority Report’ to Television

Steven Spielberg is developing a TV series based on his 2002 blockbuster Minority Report.

The acclaimed director’s sci-fi thriller, loosely based on the short story of the same name by author Philip K. Dick, told the story of . It starred Tom Cruise and Colin Farrell, and grossed $358 million at the worldwide box office.

Now Spielberg is hoping to find success with a small screen version, according to TheWrap.com. Also according to the site, the weekly series will probably focus on the elite PreCrime unit that was introduced in the film.

The director, who has recruited Godzilla writer Max Borenstein to pen the script, currently serves as the executive producer on sci-fi TV series Falling Skies which airs on TNT, Extant airing on CBS, Red Band Society which will premiere on FOX this fall and Under the Dome which also airs on CBS. He’s also working on the production of Jurassic World, which is scheduled for a June 12, 2015 release.

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